Government claims to be renovating graves of President Atta-Mills and Nkrumah as they are accused of rather breaking into graves in their quest to break the eight with rituals…
Government owes the Atta Mills family an explanation for what is seen as the desecration of the burial place of the President and Leader of the NDC.
Ghanaians have great respect for the dead and handling of the dead, it is regrettable that Ghanaians especially the Fanti People are waking up to news of government allowing for the tampering of the grave of Former President John Evans Atta-Mills without consulting his family and Party.
The body of Former President Jerry John Rawlings was similarly buried without the approval of the Family and Volta Chiefs and People…
The Government’s morbid lust to profit from the dead bodies of its ideological and political opponents is sickening…
After Akufo-Addo’s failed attempt to commercialise Christianity through the construction of his corruption-laden cathedral, the same tourism revenue argument is being made by the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government for renovating the Kwame Nkrumah burial site…
The beautification of the frontage of the CID Headquarters and election of tall walls around the Police Headquarters and several Military barracks has many Ghanaians wondering why wasting of scarce public money continues while Salaries of workers cannot be paid without the government going for a Loan.
Ghanaians are resolved to be Citizens and not Spectators; they are demanding answers from President Akufo-Addo.
The Suame Lanka Mini Uprising is a sign of the potential Civil Disobedience that will greet the government when they fail to pay Salaries and worker Unions anger if the COLA agreement with government is not kept…
“The State Capture, Looting of State Funds, State Assets including State Lands will soon be addressed by People Power if the People in Power refuse to act.”
🎼AriseGhana Your for your country.
Desecration of Kwame Nkrumah to add CIA agents must be resisted.
God Save Our Homeland Ghana.
By Prince-Derek Adjei